What the opening of the Edo Museum of West African Art means for the potential restitution of 2,807 historical bronze artefacts

How museums are curating the coronavirus pandemic

Charles Saumarez Smith says we should acknowledge the Nazi past of architect Philip Johnson, not erase him

Dinah Casson’s book will inspire and galvanise anyone involved in British provincial museums

Will traditional museums be replaced by modern “experiences”?

Honesty about how exhibits were acquired is a necessary first step in addressing our imperial past

Alexander Larman talks to the controversial director of Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum

The Natural History Museum seems to have lost faith in the ability of children to understand new concepts and facts

The extremism of the project against our traditional idea of the museum is on full display at the Pitt Rivers